What do you want students to do out of class, and what do you want to do when you're all face-to-face? These resources discuss some of the options.
A short video here from UT Austin explains and demonstrates the flipped classroom model.
Edutopia provides numerous tips and tools for Flipping Your Class.
5 Best Practices for the Flipped Classroom (from Edutopia)
First Day Questions discusses how to prepare your students for the flipped classroom experience, improving student evaluations as well as student performance (from the National Teaching & Learning Forum)
Flipped Classroom: Traps and Before the Lecture (on the background your students need for that online lecture, from the "Learner-Shaped Technology" blog)
Flipping Out? What You Need to Know About the Flipped Classroom (from the GradHacker blog at Inside Higher Ed)
Flipping the Classroom: Simply Speaking (video gives clear demonstration and examples)
Harvard's Eric Mazur, a major proponent of the flipped classroom and peer instruction, explains why in this workshop.
SMU's Jose Bowen, Dean of the Meadows School of the Arts, calls it "Teaching Naked." He explains why it's necessary in this video, and describes it in detail in his new book. His blog also contains a number of resources and ideas.